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ASCENDING TO INTERCEPT by CUTANGUS ASCENDING TO INTERCEPT by CUTANGUS
The same ramjet-propeller-driven interceptor ascending to make an interception against bombers over Reich territory, 1946. The interception will start under Ground control, using rocket salvoes. After four pass, the survivor pilot will revert to 20mm nose guns to finish the damaged bombers.
In case of encounter escort fighters, the pilot can jettison the rocket pods and use his guns, or avoid the struggle using his superior speed performance to ignore the fighters (parasites?).

A warplane to develop in an imaginary game.
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:iconmedjugore:
Medjugore Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Effective
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:iconhunterarg:
hunterarg Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
make it for me ^^

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:iconcosmosmocker:
CosmOSmocker Featured By Owner May 3, 2013  Student General Artist
being polite seems not a part of your vocabulary...
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:iconhunterarg:
hunterarg Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2013
the "^^" says it all.. :/
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hunterarg Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
mirá esta página [link]
see this page [link]

good job
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Sapiento Featured By Owner May 18, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Great as usual!
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Peebo-Thulhu Featured By Owner May 18, 2010
Sorry, while the execution of the composition of the art is awesomely fantastic (As always) This is still one of your creations which I find no love for...:(

Sorry...
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CUTANGUS Featured By Owner May 19, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Please, explain me...
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:iconpeebo-thulhu:
Peebo-Thulhu Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
Ah...sorry. Just the proportions, The weird size of the blades. It looks like a Harrier that didn't get left in the oven long enough....

In a way it looks too mundane and the proportions just don't 'look' or 'feel' right. Now, that being said, it's your bloody hard work and skill which has created this still amazing piece of art, so please, do feel free to ignore a no-one such as my self. :blush:

Much cheers and good will toy your self and loved ones.
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:iconcutangus:
CUTANGUS Featured By Owner May 22, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Don't apologize for your thoughts. When designing this airplane, with his size and proportions, I'm thinking in 1940's technology terms, not in current ones. This, coupled to the particular needs to high-speed propeller (not excessive diameter to not reach transonic speeds), led me to adopt this propeller size. Contraprops are out of question because the exit gases of the front propeller would be ingested by the ramjets of the rear propeller, thus losing power, and no torque need to be compensated.

Cheers!
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